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ICF Clinical Practice Guidelines: Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis

presented by Todd E. Davenport, PT, DPT, MPH, OCS

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Heel pain is a painful injury that commonly results in prolonged and severe disability. While heel pain is the subject of a growing scientific literature, the accumulation of studies is so fast that it is difficult for the busy physical therapist to keep up and engage in leading-edge evidence based practice. This course provides recommended interventions based on the clinical practice guidelines for heel pain/plantar fasciitis and applies the interventions through a patient case scenario. Specific practical approaches and pearls will be highlighted, in order to help the learner integrate best practice recommendations from the clinical practice guideline.

Be sure to watch the first part of this two-part course: ICF Clinical Practice Guidelines: Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis

Meet Your Instructor

Todd E. Davenport, PT, DPT, MPH, OCS

Todd serves as professor and vice-chair of the Department of Physical Therapy in the School of Health Sciences at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, where he teaches in the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. Todd is a graduate of the University of Southern California's DPT and Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency programs.…

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1. Introduction to the CPG

This chapter will cover the general structure and author group of this specific clinical practice guideline. A brief overview of the literature search and grading process will be undertaken. The chapter will culminate with a brief series of general comments from the authors about the significance of the CPG for clinical practice, in order to develop some excitement about the topic.

2. Pathoanatomy and Differential Diagnosis, Risk Factors, and Prognosis

The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the pathoanatomy, risk factors, and prognosis of heel pain/plantar fasciitis according to the clinical practice guideline. This information is important to orient the learner to the health condition to which the clinical practice guideline pertains, as well as to cover the content of the clinical practice guideline as it relates to risk factors and prognosis.

3. Clinical Measures: Patient Reported Outcome Measures

This chapter will discuss the use of pencil-and-paper measurements of patients’ self-reported functioning to guide physical therapy management of heel pain/plantar fasciitis. In addition to helping drive the clinical judgment about how to integrate the patient’s perspective into treatment, patient-reported outcome measure are also helpful for objective documentation and to establish a measurement regimen to procure insurance payment.

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